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In its decision in the matter of Shanda Games Limited, the CICA has gone a step further and altered the landscape against which fair value of the Dissenters shares is to be properly assessed in the future.
Campbells
Mo Haque QC and Andrew Pullinger are the authors of the Cayman Islands chapter of the publication Global Legal Insights to: International Arbitration 2018, which is accessible here.
Conyers Dill & Pearman
Instead each party bears the burden of proving the value for which it contends, and relies on the Court to finally determine the fair value.
Walkers
In this edition of Vannin Capital's In Conversation Series, London Managing Director, Rosemary Ioannou discusses the development of third party funding in offshore financial centres with John O'Driscoll...
Conyers Dill & Pearman
In ordinary commercial litigation there is a plaintiff making a claim and a defendant resisting the claim made by the plaintiff.
Conyers Dill & Pearman
Earlier this month, the Hong Kong Companies Judge Hon Harris J. handed down Reasons for Decision in Re China Lumena New Materials Corp which usefully clarifies the Hong Kong Court's view on powers of foreign insolvency...
Conyers Dill & Pearman
In In the matter of Trina Solar Limited1 ("Trina Solar") the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands refused an interlocutory application, made by a group of dissenting shareholders (the "Dissenters") ...
Appleby
Anna Snead and Jeremy Walton co-authored the Cayman Islands chapter in this guide, published in June 2017.
Conyers Dill & Pearman
On the contrary, third party litigation funding may promote access to justice and have a role to play in the modern justice system.
Ogier
In a recent landmark decision of the Grand Court in A Company and A Funder...
Conyers Dill & Pearman
In the matter of Pacific Harbor Asia Fund I, Ltd (In Official Liquidation) the Grand Court appointed joint official liquidators from different firms due to the differing opinions of various stakeholders...
Conyers Dill & Pearman
It is well settled that the Cayman Court's power to order the winding up of a Company is discretionary, section 92 of the Companies Law (2013 Revision) providing that ‘A company may be wound up by the Court if …'.
Conyers Dill & Pearman
In late 2008, RMF Market Neutral Strategies (Master) Limited ("RMF") sought to cash in its investments in DD Growth Premium 2X Fund (In Official Liquidation) (the "Company"), a feeder fund incorporated in the Cayman Islands, ...
Maples and Calder
Unless the tribunal directs otherwise, its award carries interest from the date of the award at the same rate as a judgment debt.
HSM Chambers
A non-resident plaintiff in the Cayman Islands may be required by the Court to post security for a potential adverse costs award in favour of the defendant.
Conyers Dill & Pearman
If at the Court Meetings the creditors vote to approve the scheme, the Court must then consider whether it is appropriate to sanction the scheme.
Carey Olsen
Partners from our dispute resolution and litigation practice have drafted the Cayman Islands chapter of PLC's dispute resolution and litigation guide.
Appleby
A Cayman fund that was "to a very substantial degree, the author of its own misfortune" has lost its USD 2 billion suit to recover Madoff related losses from its custodian and administrator.
Appleby
The primary sources of arbitration law in the Cayman Islands are the Arbitration Law, 2012 and the Foreign Arbitral Awards Enforcement Law (1997 Revision), which gives effect to the Convention on ...
Conyers Dill & Pearman
In Qihoo 360 Technology Co. Ltd (unreported 26 January 2017) the Honourable Justice Quin held that the Grand Court had power to order an interim payment to be made by the Company to dissenters...
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Campbells
Mo Haque QC and Andrew Pullinger are the authors of the Cayman Islands chapter of the publication Global Legal Insights to: International Arbitration 2018, which is accessible here.
Conyers Dill & Pearman
Instead each party bears the burden of proving the value for which it contends, and relies on the Court to finally determine the fair value.
Conyers Dill & Pearman
Earlier this month, the Hong Kong Companies Judge Hon Harris J. handed down Reasons for Decision in Re China Lumena New Materials Corp which usefully clarifies the Hong Kong Court's view on powers of foreign insolvency...
Conyers Dill & Pearman
Obtaining authorised access to confidential documents in offshore jurisdictions is, in some circles at least, the holy grail of information gathering.
Conyers Dill & Pearman
In ordinary commercial litigation there is a plaintiff making a claim and a defendant resisting the claim made by the plaintiff.
Walkers
In this edition of Vannin Capital's In Conversation Series, London Managing Director, Rosemary Ioannou discusses the development of third party funding in offshore financial centres with John O'Driscoll...
Walkers
The formulation of "an arguable point of law of general public importance which ought to be considered by the Supreme Court at that time" is the same as that applied under the relevant procedural rules to an application for permission to appeal to the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council on appeal from the Court of Appeal of Jersey.
Conyers Dill & Pearman
In In the matter of Trina Solar Limited1 ("Trina Solar") the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands refused an interlocutory application, made by a group of dissenting shareholders (the "Dissenters") ...
Conyers Dill & Pearman
The Cayman Islands Court of Appeal ruled that using liquidators' powers to obtain extra territorial non-party disclosure was outside the reach of the Cayman Islands Companies Law (2013 Revision).
HSM Chambers
A non-resident plaintiff in the Cayman Islands may be required by the Court to post security for a potential adverse costs award in favour of the defendant.
Conyers Dill & Pearman
It is well settled that the Cayman Court's power to order the winding up of a Company is discretionary, section 92 of the Companies Law (2013 Revision) providing that ‘A company may be wound up by the Court if …'.
Campbells
In Batista, the Grand Court has clarified that the scope of the statutory jurisdiction to grant a freezing order in support of foreign proceedings may extend to a person outside the jurisdiction...
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